Today’s Headlines

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  • Gas tax opponents are throwing everything they can think of (CBSLA Times)
  • Metro wants light rail along Van Nuys Blvd (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • Fremont extends deadline for survey on Mobility Action Plan (Patch)
  • Fight continues over future of unused Santa Cruz rail corridor (Good Times)
  • Starting in July, bus passengers need to wear seatbelts—if there are any (Big Bear Grizzly)
  • LAPD adds 20 e-bikes to its patrol fleet (Daily News)
  • Bill to allow ads on highway message signs is not popular (Capitol Weekly)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Koch brothers are pouring money into fighting transit projects (New York Times)
  • CA congressional rep introduces federal bill to protect bus drivers from attack (SGVT)
  • To build a better bus system, ask bus drivers (CityLab)
  • Bay Area transit costs are among the highest in the nation, but they don’t have to be (Curbed)
  • My other bike is a vessel of light (Dirt Rag)
  • Helping communities cope with climate change (Capitol Weekly)
  • To reduce emissions, charge fees (State Smart Transportation Initiative)
  • CA to test license plates with changing messages (IEEE)
  • State considers selling commercial ads on electronic highway safety signs (Future Structure)
  • What if autonomous vehicles make us more dependent on cars? What if they make us less safe? (The Conversation)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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